Delicately interwoven guitars, good melodies and songs. Well worth a listen.
Martin Chilton picks the best folk albums of 2015, THE TELEGRAPH
Self-recorded suite of warm, delicate songs..slight of build but lovely. Recommended to the tender.
Nick Coleman, INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY
A bucolic hand-made, hand-played set recorded in her garden shed..sweet songs like “Oh Atoms, Oh molecules” and “Homespun” evoke the felicitous spirit of Vashti Bunyan or latterday Eddi Reader.
Nigel Williamson, UNCUT
An all to brief collection full of contemplative stories
Beguilingly unassuming and beautifully crafted, delivered in a voice as fresh as newly laundered linen and as enticing as the scent of lilacs, Lerski’s house is open to visitors. Make sure you drop by.
Mike Davies, FATEA
To be able to look beyond the surfaces of everyday concerns and find new insights may seem a small thing, but it’s a rare skill which should get a big thumbs-up from anyone with a penchant for a finely-turned phrase, something which Holly Lerski has in abundance and, it’s to be hoped, will find recognition for in The Wooden House.
Helen Gregory, FOLK RADIO
Classic, contemplative pop that blooms when given repeated listening. As summer edges nearer Lerski’s Wooden House is the perfect place to “sit up on the porch and see the summer out”.
Grace Caffyn, AESTHETICA
Singer-songwriterly stuff of rare quality. Her melodies are exquisite: simple and affecting, and her voice remains clear as spring water.
A folk-rock delight. Playing all the instruments herself she adorns it with her achingly melancholic vocals.